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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, DECEMBER ie, 1920 THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD itions are advertised in the "Situations Vacant" PAGETHRES w Taber Has Solved ProWetc of SmaBTown Fare Protection Ckief Has Worked Out System Any Town of Sim-- I liar Size Could 'I Duplicate (SLaS Correspondence.) problem of trained. Every possible encourage- ment is given the men, encouragement equal to the Importance'of ttielr will- ing public service." Everyone In Taber is a-booster for the flre department because Tabfr realizes that it is good busfneei. The Firemen's'Ball is one of the oalstmdlng 'social affairs 'of the year fn protection In towns is one of the' 14 the progressive town, noet. important and at tho same headquarters for the depart- tlme Most dJfBcuh confronting our meat has been provided for is tbe nuiilcipiiltlea !t a question for town ball No extra expense has been discussion at most all municipal con-; entailed for rent. The result ot this Tent Ions yot little headway toward, definite plan and the work protection against the of. the plan gives the citizens demon seems to being made. of Taher the assurance that they are Taber town list has "this Knotty problem olved reasonably well Bare-guarded against flre The expense of maintenance is The town of Taber has an effective 1 rot heavy, a' maximum ot protection fire department, and on more than is secured at the" minimum of cost. ,one occasion; It has proved worth. The Taberyflre'deparlm'ent and its volunteer brigade of six trained fire- methods of administration and or- men under the direction of a chief, ganiiatlon might be studied by form the Eucleue of the force Asida otber towns that are grappling some- from those drlllad men there are four, what vainly vtiOi a pressing problem men who sleep in the upstairs of tho Sre station and are subject to night CARMANGAY GOOD TOWN call. They are given free lodgings by the town for this work The six train- ed flro flgaters are paid a small year- ly salary The apparatus is very good for a town department The pump is mount- DOESN'T NEED POLICEMAN (From Our'Owir Correspondent) 'CARMANGAY. Doc. town Irrigation DbL of Little Bow Is Making Progress (From Our Own Correspondent! CARMANGAY, ie.--Oood pro- cress has been worb of organizing the LJItle Bow Irrigation District at Caraangay. The iollowing .what is being done in tho .'inalter, has just been Issued by tbe-secretary, Mr. N, S Parker, to I signed the petition asking for the formation of the district. This circular letter Is for the pur pose of letting" the' petitioners ot Little Bow1. Irrigation. District know that the formation" of the district la progressing favorably.' have arranged meeting, some- time after the holidays, at which Mi Chartesworth, deputy minister of pub- lic the'provincial, and Mr. the reclamation, depart- ments, of the Dominion governments, mil meet the petitioners in Carmin gay. The date canhbt_at present he set as Mr Pefcrs Is in Ot v. rraatically everyone holding property" in tie district has signed the petition. Mr. Hogs, ot Letbbrldge, fs arrang Ing jwith the Dominion government ed on a Dodge thick which ha's been converted into a splendid fire fight Ing -vehicle All of tho necessary, i-c-maxo equipment, including ladders is at of eitra flre exits from the to this motor flrb on engine , and lt'was, Thfe year 500 feet of hose nas.c'de'} out. H the provincial been added to the eQuipmeat jsnrctor had passed the building, the The department la In charge being expressed that the should refuse to license it iro (o bi council held their last meeting for tho in regard to school lands i car In Carmangaj town hall on Wed the title is slill in the government nesdaj nlgtii A good of routine and also with tbe CPR about the business was transacted. The matter lands'sllll Chief Robert Foulds; ivho is also chief i Several sounded It, a hell, bat n gas dutios, Ireasarei Bay bo mswlled ahorllv as the hell! it sometimes mistaken for a church bell As will be seen Taber combines the made. Mr Follls leaving town, Ie Car B _----------------- fuuia icai iiig Lunu, iciiTca ot fire and police ihief, and. maugay withoA'a Justice of tbe thereby able to employ a nuahued peace, which position Follis has aan at a good salar) itobert Poulds hcld jor time The town J3 who prganlied tho force and developed without a policeman, the council hav- Jt Into iti present state of ,ng some time ago dispensed with the Is eipenenced man hanug seriedl Cervices of tbe last holder of the posl- on several city deparlmints, including' tion as therc, was B0 ,or hlm to tte Kthbridge brigade Tbe assist ant chief is utllked as night constable and ar It will .be'held on'December 24th anil, tbo children aro anxiously looking forward to It. From Eight to Forty Pupils in Three Departments (Staff Correspondence.) TABER; Dec 16 Phenomenal 'growth has been by the Tauer! High School .-during the last three years. When'Principal nohl. Gould Taber Mines Working Steadily; Payroll Last Month Exceeded (Staff Correspondence.) TABER, Bee Tabor mines are working every daj Thus far mo (Signed) H S Parker, Secretary, Little Bow Irrigation District, Lake Boasts G.W.V.A. Club (Sta'fTCorreBpbndence.) GHASST. of. the towns-of Alberta the Q.W.V-A. has become interested in the social well, ie of yo'ins men of tbe communities, especially of the 1 ovs who foupht overseas and who became 'buddies' and "pals" in trying ordeal sf war, a kinship which, will never be broken and clubs teen formed in which the congregate for social and educational have 'vets. intercourse Grassy Lake has a progressive GWVA club It Is well housed and comfortably furnished. Two large bil- liard tables- are being installed. .Fri- day night tbo Vets will give a. grand ball Music will be furnished b> the Burdett orchestra. In -the establishment of 'these clubs tho G W V A is doing noble servicft When properly conducted they .wield'a Influence in the social llfo; ,UMN-YOUNEEDNOTBE01JTOFWdR8 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS INDIES We make switches, transformations, etc.. from your combings. Switches 11.00 an oz. Salway Hair Factory, Cardston.'Alta.. She proclaims her glad tidings' through our Want Ad. Columns. Witch them daily for her. message to you, and use them to con- vey your message to the man who is seeking you. 8e a 6 for price of 4. Minimum Must be PaL4 Advance _____________DENTIST___________I OR O COURTICE, Dentist. lorroerv ly of hclhbrldgo. has located Oraivviilo St., Yaocauyer; B.'0> Pbone 3ey 9300 Opposite son's Bay Co r OSTEOPATHS. HE SEES WITH EASE Foreslghted rhen neven allow thsm- selves to get' farslebted or cvc-n ncar- sijbted.-' At llio' first Indica'.'on ot Impaired eyesight they comu to J, M. Miniierson and vision per- teeted with proper glasses J. SI. HENDERSON Caro of Wright's Jewelry Store. REPLIES! Replies have been received for follow- ing Box Numbers: OWNE.RS OF, BOXES PLEASE CAUL PORJHEIR. ANSWERS ed Australian chemist, declared-at -in favor of whole, mealbre'ad conference of the rural communities come social They be- GERMANS PEEVED OVER. REPARATIONS QUESTION BRUSSELS, Dec. German ideas on the best .solution .of. the .repara- tions, problem 'and -some' itidicalioa as tp_hns, much Germany'was prepared master bakers here will be shortly launched In the United Jwhlch .eat white bread States and England, and It behooved were, tbe border line of adypcated. brown nojlig thit'irfijaerii science de manded that wheat should be milled whole VT He said that, Undoubtedly, cam too' eight students only fcere Inking high worKlnE men school work Now there arc forty en rolled i Canada West Coal company has hadl'l wfre b" a'dvancedj p'enty of orders tvo shifts al loday 3 Eesslon of working They arc now working some cceded the. if is stated. LAWYYER PROMISED PROTECTION ON BOOZE Activity is written ail over the Tabor scbool With an enrolment ot 470, tho scbool Is enjoying a splendid year Twelve teachers are on the staff A special department, a prim ary class, is conducted H another _ _ _ bulling ou-the south side appear herei Yhls'morn- O V R. tracks lo accommodate tho ing. on a charge thil lie had collect- small children residing in that part.od money from a client for which hn of town j Athletics VANC OUVEK, Doc Eyre, well l.nown local barrister, w.ill la alleged to guaranteed proteo- ind debating are entered [tlon to liouor sellers, promising, It is into spiritedly It is certain that Taber will bs in the High Scbool De hating. League next year, sajs Prin llgsue Just now 'the various 'of D felack, who claims that he- tdiu grades are busy preparing for Christ-.Bvrc ?150 for p'rolectlpri from police mas entertainments CO EAST IN ABSOLUTE COMFORT this Christmas wtth old f o! ks at home CHOtCtor Daily durinv rrmK of SIXTY DAYS anJ may be ertvntfed at deatl- nttlon on payment of J5.09 f STOPOVERS OUALITY SERVICE I SAFETY FIRSTI COURTESY ALWAYS) 'CANADIAN '.PACIFIC. conference thp financial Members: of the :Germaii delegation were frapk' in declaring yesterday's session unsatisfactory and mire element "believed It useless to continue dnplling on Ger many's troubles. They declared tho ears ot the allied .delegates were tuned orily' to bear how'much, trie dam- ages .would be and when payment would bo made. CANADIANS WILL TAKE CANADIAN DOLLARS IN PAY OTTAWA, Dec. 16.-T-Catiadlan ocean transportation .companies hare .aban- doned their idea of collecting payment from British Importers in American dollars. This plan was being follow; ed for some lime Jt appearn, but when the exchange-issue-became such a live one, 'complaints .were receiver! British Importers .who con- sliicred it Canadian steamship companies should demand I payment in United Stales funds ThO] cqmmerclalin fel llgehcl, branch' of !ho: departrnent of commerce look the matter'. up with the result that tbo freight for British ports from Canada jiow goes forward "collect" at the demand rate of exchahge at Montreal .or London, the freight now, being paid in Canadian WHITE BREAD PROVING DANGEROUS TO" WORLD .ADELAIDE, Oct. Hargreaves, a distinguish Association cf Anny and Veterans m -.Canada Lettibrldce Unit, No. M Vetera'tu desirous "oJ tbe sssoclatloa, cai. ob- tain Information and application forma from the lecreUry t_ LEIGH, P. O, Box t. bridge. Australia to take prompt action members- of .conference agreed with the doctor's observations, but said that exceptions of rranks and dyspeptics. refused1 to eat brown bread, Doris L R; 'Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, rlOME-POBTRAITUie. ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. THE VAN 1IAARI.CM PrlVats Vital, 122! 7th B. LethbrldfSV Phone 746; Accommodation for inr- Cieal. medical and matemltr tienta. Prhats n4 tooma. Rates 130.00, S33.04 and week. Write tci inlormatloa la Mi, M, B. Van lUarlim. tenilent t F.H.WILKINS BOHT SPEC14UST 327 5th St S. Opppslta'the Bmpreit. Phone 1151. RBI. 1117. .Far PhVne 1M2 MARTIN 1321 .10th Ave. 3, Cor. 14th St. PUDLIC ACCOUNTANCY Tax v Consultations KEUBEN C FARRI3 'Suite MI'Acadla' Block. Telephone 1C1G 3rd Are S. You get twelve months' guarantee and service on all new batteries AT THE Lethbridge Battery Maintenance 811 4th Avei Phone 1483. Recharging and Repairing on All Batteries. Prest-0-lite' Storage Batterv GAS TANKS Utlli 'RING MAKER DIAMOND I SETTER WORK SILK ALL KINDS OF LADIES' WEAR Gentlemen's Silk SPiirU Made to Order, siunww Moved to 416 4th Ave. S. Steamship thinking of senJIrig for your friend In the Old Conn- .try? Wo shall bo pleased to quote rotes ami in every possible way.; We cart now arrange passage FROM Danzig, Antwerp. Na- ples, Triesl and oilier Continea-'' tal points. Fur nil kinds ot steamship ROSSITER AQENCI68' Pnone 1412 Btk' Infontiatioiii AUCTION SALE AT THE MONARCH HOTEL MONARCH, HALF WAY BETWEEN MACLEOD 4 LETHBRIDGE .ON SATURDAY NEXT, DEC. 18TH COMMENCING AT 10 O'Ci-OCIJ A.M. FRANK IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, A8 ABOVE; THE ENTIRE FURNISHIIS OF THE'ABOVE HbV'EL, COMPRISING OAK DHESSEflS with Oval Bevelled Mirrors, Jlcavy Whllo "Knilniolled Beds with both 24oicellcnt qunllly 11 WashBta to f ni